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The legalized marijuana industry is one of the fastest-growing industries in the U.S. Here are some solutions available to cannabis growers and dispensaries that may help comply with security and surveillance requirements.
The Mass Shooting Tracker reported that in 2019 there were 374 mass shootings in the U.S. Given this reality, it is essential to take all possible steps to protect your employees and visitors from harm. It should be a core requirement of every organization’s security plan to give serious consideration to how they will thwart an active shooter. Putting a security plan in place to guard against on-site violence begins at the perimeter, and security entrances are a strong first line of defense against the threat of an active shooter.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) recently published an alert on the Dridex malware, as the result of recent collaboration between the Department of the Treasury Financial Sector Cyber Information Group (CIG) and the Department of the Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) to identify and share information with the financial services sector.
The French government’s plan to launch facial recognition technology in November with the aim of giving citizens secure digital identities “seems premature,” Digital Minister Cedric O told Le Monde newspaper.
Penn State World Campus students have developed a multi-pronged data analysis approach that can improve Internet of Things (IoT) devices to protect against cybersecurity threats, according to a Penn State news report.
Last September, four mobile carriers (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon) announced Project Verify, a way to log into apps without making a new account or password by instead relying on smartphones to authenticate identities.
A bipartisan bill has been introduced that would create an Office of Critical Technologies & Security in the White House, which would be charged with "coordinating across agencies and developing a long-term, whole-of-government strategy to protect against IP theft and risks to critical supply chains."